Gene Heskett wrote:
I found the problem, mutt is receiving the messages just fine. So how do I redirect them to thunderbird or kmail?Ed Kim wrote:I've never gotten the logwatch report from this 3 week old FC5 install on an HP lappy, but the above command, while very verbose, doesn't seem to be indicating any showstopper errors. Any other ideas to try?Don Russell wrote:Ed Kim wrote:Don Russell wrote:Usually I receive a Logwatch report via e-mail everyday, timestamped at 0402 LOCAL TIME.logwatch monitors log files and services as defined in /etc/log.d/conf/... usually these log files reside in /var/logToday is the second day in a row I did not receive a report at all?I tried running logwatch as root with --print but after a minute or so, there is nothing displayed and the command prompt is displayed again?What would cause logwatch to stop reporting things? Where are the log files it uses to build the daily report?The report showed things such as which updates were installed, current disk space, log in attempts (successful and failed)It's not as if none of those things happened.How does Logwatch get started each day? crontab -l doesn't show anything for root?Thanks for any suggestions... :-)the crontab -l is a user crontab, there's also a system crontab defined in /etc/crontabcould your /tmp be full?There's lots of space on the drive.... can individual directories have limits? i.e. /tmp is "full", even though the drive is not? Even if that were the case, I'd expect some sort of errror message from logwatch when run via CLI. :-(Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/VolGroup00-LogVol00 37285432 10788896 24602548 31% / /dev/hda1 101086 13862 82005 15% /boot none 517724 0 517724 0% /dev/shmhmm... have you tried to run 'logwatch --debug 100' hopefully, it'll pinpoint where it's failing..
-- Cheers, Gene